First up, join us for the artist’s reception for THROWN FROM THE STORM, by Jason Stout, this Saturday Nov. 5th, from 7-10pm. Be sure to also see all the gallery openings that night during our neighborhood’s art crawl, Arts and Music at Wedgwood Houston.
Next, Ground Floor Gallery + Studios is pleased to announce the curator for our 5th Annual Juried Art Exhibition will be NYC artist, Austin Thomas. Please see below for her bio and watch for our upcoming Artist Call. #MakeAmericaArtAgain #Eyeminded
Austin Thomas is a New York City artist, curator and community builder. Her work has been exhibited at The Drawing Center, Murray Guy, The Sculpture Center, Art in General and at White columns (all in NYC) and internationally in Singapore, Australia, and Hungary and at the Kunsthalle Exnergasse in Vienna. From 2007 to 2014, she directed the influential Pocket Utopia gallery, she now is director of special projects at Steven Harvey Fine Art.
She is a graduate of NYU and is represented by Undercurrent Projects located in the East Village. In the Summer of 2016 her permanent public sculpture, Plaza Perch, for a new park in Brooklyn was unveiled. She has also done public commissions for the Public Art Fund and Grinnell College. Thomas’s work is featured in the book titled “Living and Sustaining a Creative Life: Essays by 40 Working Artists” and will also be featured in that book’s sequel “The Artist as Culture Producer: Living and Sustaining a Creative Life,” which were both edited by Sharon Louden.
Lastly, Ground Floor Gallery currently has studios available, please contact email@example.com for pricing, availability and to schedule a showing. Our studios offers 24/7 access, a supportive artist community and space to experiment.
Good-bye 2013…hello 2014!
Ground Floor Gallery + Studios wants to thank all the artists and patrons that gave us a wonderful year full of exciting shows, invigorating studio visits and lively openings. We look forward to another great year of exhibitions including a solo show from Conditionally Human ‘Best of Show,’ Jake Weigel and the artist group, Culture Laboratory Collective.
If you have an interest in being shown at GfG or have a curatorial idea for a group show, see the Submissions page for our ongoing call to artists. Plus, stayed tuned for info on the next juried art exhibition coming soon…